Storage

The myriad strategies for organizing essential items. Residential storage harmonizes function and aesthetics in the form of credenzas, bookcases, and open shelving. Workspace storage improves flow and enhances efficiency. Cubbies and lockers provide individualized storage of personal items. Mobile pedestals provide easy access to files and papers, and high-density systems are integrated with office infrastructure for a space-saving approach to large-capacity storage.

Products designed with shelves to hold books or other items. May include doors. Usually not lockable.

Typically a low storage unit with drawers and open spaces, credenzas provide functional and display storage in residential and commercial environments. From hand-carved wood to polymer plastics, credenzas come in many materials. With or without legs, credenzas can be used in dining rooms to hold dinnerware, in offices to store supplies, or in virtually any room for additional storage.

Storage units, often modular, for the storage of personal items.

Pedestal files, unattached to any system component, in various drawer/file combinations. Mobile units have casters.

Stationary shelving that provides large-capacity, high-density, space-efficient storage.

Various filing products including lateral and vertical files as well as customized storage racks/bins for unconventional items.

Cabinets may have drawers for easy access or shelves and glass fronts for displaying items like plaques, trophies, and other memorabilia. Cases have trays or dividers to store frequently used materials in healthcare and education venues.